A few weeks after announcing their engagement, Jeannie Mai is tearing up speaking on the love that she and Jeezy share and how he helped her to learn to love herself after her divorce.

Jeezy and Jeannie Mai are engaged. The Atlanta rapper proposed to his bride to be, and co-host of The Real, while they are both under quarantine (more like sheltering in place) during the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic.


Outside of the country music scene, Donald Trump‘s approval rating amongst music artists is about as high as Tyrion Lannister’s vertical leap and with Hip-Hop having led the charge against the Racist-In-Chief before he was even elected, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the culture is critical of Trump’s administration.

Linking up with past collaborator and producer Shawty Redd, Snow delivers a seven-track project while the nation waits out the coronavirus situation.


With rumors swirling that Charlamagne Tha God could be going down his own path after his contract with The Breakfast Club comes to an end, we got a peak of what could be in store as he sat down for a personal one-on-one with ATL’s favorite hustler, Jeezy.

Jeezy is in love and he wants the world to know it. The Snowman recently threw a grand affair to celebrate his girlfriend’s special day.

The Real host Jeannie Mai is starting to open up about her relationship with rapper Jeezy and we are here for it.

In perhaps one of the unlikeliest celebrity couple announcements, the news that Jeezy and The Real co-host Jeannie Mai were dating shocked quite a few people. Mai took time to fawn over her boyfriend, calling the rapper her “equal.”

For those holding out hope that Jeezy and The Real talk show host Jeannie Mai weren’t really an item, ya lost. The Atlanta rapper announced her as his #WCW on Instagram so they’re clearly on the road to marriage per social media protocol in 2019.

Nobody saw this coming, NOBODY. Fresh off the release of his latest album TM104: The Legend of the Snowman, the T R A P S T A R confirmed he is dating Jeannie Mai from The Real. All of Twitter is literally the blinking white guy.


Jeezy’s just a few days removed from dropping his latest LP TM104: The Legend of The Snowman, but instead of celebrating his last album on Def Jam Records he was coughing up a grip for a music infraction.

Fans of southern Hip-Hop no doubt remember Atlanta-based magazine Ozone for its coverage of artists in the region and nationwide. After publishing its last print issue in 2010, Ozone resurfaced with a special edition to tie in with Jeezy‘s latest album, TM104: The Legend Of The Snowman.